You answered: I need Cybersecurity Services, but we can handle our own IT Support. Most of our apps are cloud based.

The statistics are real, growing, and scary. Hackers are busy 24/7 looking for targets. They don’t care how big you are or what business you’re in. They’re just after your data and a quick buck. Sometimes it may just feel easier to stick you head in the sand and ignore the situation – “it hasn’t happened to me… yet”.

Cybersecurity can be an overwhelming, confusing, and scary topic. Most businesses owner know they need to be concerned, but it can be hard to understand such a complicated subject. Sometimes it just feels easier to put your head in the sand and ignore the situation. The truth is, small businesses are a huge target for criminals because they are easy targets and easy money. Whether that’s a ransom for your data or selling the data they’ve stolen from you on the dark web for a quick dollar. Make sure your business is protected, because it is not only embarrassing to get hacked, it can also destroy your reputation or your entire business.

Here are some scary statistics for you:

#1 Target – Small and Medium Businesses

Over 40% of small businesses reported some kind of cyber attack in 2019, with an average per incident cost of $200k!  Amazingly, even today 60% of all SMBs surveyed think they aren't a target and don't need any kind of cyber security or response plan.

#1 Attack Method - Phishing

62% of SMBs experienced phishing & social engineering attacks.  In fact, phishing is the number one vector for criminals to target your business.  They try to load malware into resumes, fake payroll files, fake invoices or receipts and other interesting documents in hopes someone will click one of those links.

#1 Threat - Ransomware

Ransomware is the number one malware threat to the SMB community, causing downtime for business as well as loss of revenue and dollars paying the ransom.  45% of all small businesses experienced downtime due to a breach in 2019 - lasting over 12 hours.  What would your business lose if you were forced offline for 12 hours or more?

#1 Piece of Stolen Data - Your Password

70% of employees’ passwords have been lost or stolen and credentials represent the most common type of compromised data in 2019.  This is why Dark Web monitoring is so important, to stay ahead of the bad guys stealing credentials and selling them.  Over 80% of all SMB breaches are financially motivated.

#1 Mistake - No Cybersecurity Defense

43% of SMBs lack any kind of cybersecurity defense plan.  You read that right, 2 out of 5 SMBs (fewer than 500 employees) in the US don't have any cyber security in place or a plan to put it in place. Just having antivirus isn't a security plan, but worse yet, over 50% of small business don't use anything more than consumer Anti Virus products!

#1 Hacked Industry - Small Business

The big brands get most of the "unwanted" media attention when they’re hacked, but the reality is, small and medium size businesses are hacked far more frequently. Cyber criminals have industries they target due to the lucrative nature of the information they maintain, "the priority of the SMB is making money, not spending money for protection."

We can help you fight back against hackers and criminals with our SecureCare suite of products. We like to think of security as multiple layers around your business and your employees. Our first layer of defense is to protect your email and web traffic, scanning for malicious code, bad links and bogus emails.  Our next layer is to secure your workstations, servers, and network equipment - implementing cybersecurity best practices and locking the systems down so your not an easy target.  The third layer is threat hunting - because if bad guys get in, we want to make it really hard for them to move off the compromised computer, and if they do, we are watching for them.  Ready to pounce and lock them out.  Our final layer of cybersecurity is training, because we can implement all the tools in the world, but if users are using bad passwords and clicking all the bad links, they are inviting the bad guys in your front door.  We use trainings and policies to help ensure your staff are on the lookout for bad guys too!

Add Our Technology Experts To Your Company's Team When:

  • You want to focus on your business, not the technology.
  • Your current system seems to hinder business more than it helps.
  • You need better reliability and security for your computer network.
  • You know that computer downtime costs you money.
  • You need to be certain your data is always backed up, period.
  • You need to know where your inventory is at all times.
  • You'd like to enable your employees to work remotely.
  • You want your employees to do the jobs they were hired for, not waste their time on computer problems.
  • You believe that paying to prevent problems is more efficient than paying to fix problems.
  • You're looking to expand your business, but need to know the technology and costs involved in doing so.
  • Your interests are tied to the bottom line.

Not Sure SecureCare is the Right Package for You? Which One of These Describes You Best? Or, Book a Call With Us and We Can Help You Find Out.

My business depends on technology to run, and I have security or compliance regulations to meet. I understand the need and value of quality IT Services and I’m looking for hassle-free IT Support and guidance.

I am less concerned with security because I am not in a regulated industry. However, I do require remote and on-site IT Support from time to time.

I need Cybersecurity Services, but we can handle our own IT Support. Most of our apps are cloud based.

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